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To say this completely spoils the movie is an understatement.
And it's hard to imagine a better actor to play him than the late Sir John Gielgud, who took the role of the famed Roman statesman in a star-studded 1970 adaptation.
This 1970 film, JULIUS CAESAR, is fairly well cast in all its parts but the key one--Jason Robards as Brutus.
I highly recommend this movie for its accurate movie adaptation of William Shakespeare's play of Julius Caesar and for the outstanding acting of Charlton Heston. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Honest Citizen
In 1970, this Stuart Burge-directed, Robert Furnival-scripted new widescreen color version of the play was released with Charlton Heston reprising the Antony part (he had acted in... Read morePublished 3 months ago by thebillshakespeareproject
Wanted to like this version, but most of the lead actors (Heston and Robards in particular) are too old for the characters they portray and it throws balance of the whole film off.Published 3 months ago by David Patrick Taylor
One of my all-time favorite Shakespeare dramas as a big screen adaptation. Excellent mood, cast and settings. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Dr. Morbius
If you want a more accurate version of Shakespeare's script, you'll want to see the 1953 version directed by Mankiewicz with Louis Calhern, Marlon Brando, and James Mason. Read morePublished 8 months ago by A. Wiebe
As Roger Ebert states, Jason Robards brings the movie to its knees, especially at the beginning. But the supporting cast is so superb, it is worth watching. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Frost Liederbach